Adam Eaton undergoes ACL surgery, return for postseason possible
Adam Eaton had surgery to repair his left knee Tuesday, and while he’s not expected to return until next spring, MASN Sports reports he could return this year if the Nationals make a deep postseason run.
Eaton injured his knee April 28 beating out an infield single against the Mets.
In addition to full ACL reconstruction, Eaton also had some work done on his meniscus and other ligaments.
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said the surgery went well.
Cribbs finished his career with 11,113 kickoff return yards, 2,375 punt return yards to go with 808 rushing yards and 110 receptions for 1,175 yards. He scored 20 total touchdowns, including 11 on returns.
Cribbs has not played since 2014, when he was a member of the Colts. His last game was the AFC championship game that season, infamously known as the catalyst for the Deflategate scandal. He was released by the Colts in 2015 and later said doctors told him that multiple concussions have given him the brain of a man his late 50s.
A shoulder injury cost Cribbs 10 games in the 2013 season while Cheap High Quality Jerseys with the Jets and he played in just six games in 2014 after the Colts signed him in November.
Guerrero, who spent eight seasons in Montreal, was pleasantly surprised by the news, while acknowledging that he did not expect to get into the America-based hall this season.
Mets fans apparently don’t appreciate the way their former hero treats them – they booed him Sunday night, according to ESPN.com.